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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 10, 1881.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
wrrtnKD at Tint rotsT offic in cairo, IL
LINOIS, Ali BECOSD-CLA88 MATTER.
OmCUL TAPER OF CITY AND COUNTY
LiHrKMt Circulation ot any Dally In
LOCAL WEATHER UKVOKT.
Cairo, IU..Jhii. 15, 1881
XlST Uar. Tber. Hum. Wind. Vel Wcthor.
( am 8!) 98
10 " 3U Vi
u T..,ni.niiir. Ma Minimum Ten-
oarature lOo ; Rainfall, 0.00 Inch.
WTr, lb foet 7 lucbea, Rlee 88 lnche .
W. 11. KATi
Sorg't Signal CorPB, U.S.A.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Noticei In thl column, five cent per line, each
Leader Flour, 1
Only 15.00; Strait Goods. Try it.
GRAND MASQUERADE BALL,
It should be borne in mi ml that the
Cassino society will give a grand masquer-ado-
ball, at Washington hall,
on the laih inst., which
they propose to mike a really first-class
and enjoyable afhiir. All those- who desiro
to attend can obtain masquerade suits at
Turner's hall. All improper characters
will be rigidly excluded. Tickets can be
had at Paul CJ. Hcliuli's, Gollsline& men
water's, Dan Uartman's, Meyers' Cheap
Store, Swobodn & Schultze's and of the
members of the Society.
Day School for Hoys and Girls.
Night school for persons engaged during
the day, and lessons in Latin, German,
French, music, Ixiok-kecping and penn
manship, by Prof, and Madame Floyd,
Walnut st. between Twelfth and Thirteenth
To whom it may Concern.
Dry goods merchants, grocery men, and
all others are hereby notified not to sell
goods on my account to anyone, without a
written order signed by myselt, as I will
not pay any bills for goods purchased
without my written order.
8.M ITU Toil HA NCR.
Sew Billiard Saloon.
Mr. Joseph Stengala has taken possession
of tha building formerly occupied by Mr.
Dan'l Ilartman, on the corner of Sixth
street, and Commercial avenue, and has
established therein a billiard saloon and
restaurant, lie has repaired the building
internally, making changes in the arrange
ment to accommodate his views and furn
ished it with every, comfort that could bo
wished for in a tist-class establishment,
he has spaired no pains to make his place
one ot the most attractive resorts in the city,
and invites all to come and sec him.
Oysters! Fish! Game!
Fresh oyster, tine and fat, for sale, by the
can or by the hundred! Hulk oysters re
ceived daily from Mobile, and Baltimore
oysters received in cans, direct trom the
packers, by every express. Fish of all
kinds constantly on hand add always fresh.
The "lied Snapper," the king among fish
and the delight of epicures, fresh from t he
gulf. Send your orders to the headquarters
foroysters ami fish, corner Ohio Levee and
Eighth street. Roiikut Hewitt, Ag't.
Ovf.k 155,000 Howe scales sold. Bor
den, Selleck & Co., agents, St. Louis, Mo.
Sure cure for rheumatism, neuralgia, dys
pepsia and all derangements of the system.
Both roomB, 128 Commercial avenue, over
Taber's jewelry store. Terms: Single baths,
$1.00; six baths, $5.00. Try them.
W. II. Makean,
At Pat Fitzgerald's.
The oldest and purest imported brandies,
porter and other wines may be enjoyed at
the elegant sample and billinrd rooms of
Mr. Pat. Fitzgerald, at the corner of Four
teenth and Commercial; and horses fat and
fleet, with every vanity of vehicles
from a buss down to a
sulky, all in a first-class condition, m well
as saddles and riding regulia, may be had
at the most reasonable figun son a moment's
notice at his "Horse Manvm". Hi placeof
ausiuess is in connection with the telephone
bad all orders received thereby will rerriv
down tiiky oo.
Winter's old reliable nytr depot haw
reduced tho price of oysters to 2'i, and
43 cts for choico selects. Mobil rytn
n bulk received daily and fur sale by th
i dozen, hundred, quart or gallon. IJenvm
ber the stand,
WiSTKU'B OVHTKIl Dl.l'OT,
On Kighth street.
BuckliMi's Arnica Salve.
The best Halve in tho world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulsers, salt rheum, lever sores,
getter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and
all kinds of skin eruptions. This salvu is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in
every case or noncy refunded. Price, 25
cents per box. Fur sale by Geo. E. O'Haiia
New York Store Number is 82
by telepboue. Send your order for goods.
Remember we sell goods less than any
othor house in Cairo. Try us. Goods de
livered prompt. Buy where goods are sold
100 bales oats straw; 5,000 pounds choice
roll butter, at IS cents per pound; 200 bbls.
apples, at $1.00 per bbl., for sale by G. M.
Alden, 78 Ohio Levee.
Morgan & Co., havo a largo'quantity of
good seasoned wood for sale, in lots to
suit purchasers. Leave orders at tho office
ot Hannon & Co. Sewing Machine Dealers,
New York store is tho place to buy your
dry goods. All prices are marked down.
Goods must bo sold to reduce stock.
Closing Out, Boots and Shoes.
Havintr a verv hirmi stock of winter
goods on hand consisting of Gents', Ladies'
and Childrens' sewed and pegged isoots aim
Shoes, I havo determined to close it out at
prices that defy competition, in order to
make room for an immense stock of spring
goods which will begin to arrive soon, ii
in want of anything m my line I would mi
visfl vou to call on mo beforo purchasing
elsewhere, as I will assure you good bar
gains. I invito all to call and seo for
themselves. 0. Kocn.
No. 1)0 Commercial avenue between Fifth
and Sixth streets. Cairo Ills.
Wood and Coal,
A full supply of Indiana coal, as good as
Pittoburg, just received from tho mines and
for sale at $4.00 per ton delivered. I will
always havo on hand a stock of this cele
brated coal; also daily shipments of wood
is received and kept constantly on hand,
for sale. Apply, at tho C. fc V. H. H. yards,
' F. M. Waud.
160 acres fine laud in Pulaski county,
one milo southwest of Villa Hidge, about
thirty acres cleared. Title perfect.
M. J. Howley, Real estate agent.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Nolle in thou colnmn, ton cfctita per lino,
each tnnertlou. Markml
Fresh oysters at A. T. DeBaun's, 50
Chief Hobinson left tho city yesterday
on a visit to his family at Klco.
Mr. C. It. Stuart is suffering from
Mrisippilis in tho right eye.
Meerschaum pipes and cigar-holders, a
largo Btock at F. Korsmeyer's.
Tim Illinois Central pay-car is expected
hereon Wednesday next.
Tho Turner society will give a grand
Masquerado Ball on Mardi Gras.
-Rev. I). A. Bonnar expects to leave
this city with his family in the course of
Fresh oysters at A. T. DeBaun's, 56
Mrs. F. S. Kent has been down with
Malarial fever for several days, but has now
Springfield Monitor: "Hon. Samuel
P. Wheeler, of Cairo, the admiralty lawyer,
is stopping at the Lcland."
Tho usual afternoon meeting in the
Reform hall will take place to-day. Tho
exorcises will bo as interesting as usual.
Meerschaum pipes and cigar-holders,
a large stock at F. Korsmeyer's.
Many of the children of the city arc at
present suffering from an attack of
measles, but not very seriously.
The usual services will bo conducted
in all our churches to day, all the ministers
of the gospel being at their postsof duty.
Fresh oysters at A. T. DeBaun's 50
From the Pulaski Tatriot we learn
that Mr. A. P. Alley proposes to movo to
this city this week, and make it his future
Check books, receipt books, order
books, etc., made to order on short notice
at The Bulletin office.
Miss Bronnee has gone to St. Louis,
to be absent eight or ten days, and when
she returns, will bring the latest styles, ami
will be pleased to see all of her old cus
-Halliday Bros, have purchased the old
h'ib fv.Viry building and will doubtless soon
fill it with humming and buzzing machinery,
which will give employment w a goodly
nnm!r ot laborers.
-Th argument fi-tan: trial id the
Ztnon divorce c.xv. wm concluded in tho
court yiatrday Judg! Baker presiding.
It is belie! that tlW decision will M
A mad dog is abroad in or about the
town of Paducah. The Paducah News says
that on his route he bit a number of dogs,
cows, calves and horses and the efforts of
the parties to exterminate him have thus
far proved unsuccessful.
The Paducah News says: "Mr. Harry
Walker, of Cairo, tho manager of tho
Coiniquo theatre, was in tko city yesterday.
He was up taking a look at tho opera houso
with a view of leasing it and re-opening it
as a place of amusement."
Mr. Frank McKnight, who recently
purchased tho photograph gallery of Mr.
Win, Winter, has a large gallery in Tadu
call, which ho will also continue. Ho is a
first-class artist, and an enterprising gentlo
man of abundant menus to curry on tho
Tho caso of French Axley, which was
taken from this to Puluski county on a
change of venue was not tried at tho lust
term of tho Pulaski couuty circuit court
It was postponed by agreeniout between
states attorneys of both comities.
Tho fire department will hold its next
meeting in either tho Arab or Hibernian
engine houses to-morrow night. Tho hook
and ladder company will bo organized on
Messrs, Hannon & Co,,who are doing a
largo business in tho sewing machine line,
yesterday received a car loHd of the Whito
machines. They are tho agents for South
Tho Chicngo Times lias an unfavorable
criticism of Sarah Beruhardt's debut in that
city. Tho mon who edit the Times criticise
everything, however, except David Davis,
who holds a mortgage ou the office.
The managers of tho new democratic
paper at Bloomington let t the naming of it
to the ladies, and they concluded to make it
a name Bako of tho Cairo Bulletin. Hence
it will bo called tho Bloomington Bulletin.
A dispatch yesterday received in this
city, from Rev. Mr. Hess, pastor of tho
Baptist church, states that owing to the
floating ico in the river ho cannot be Intro
to preach. Hence no service will be held
in the Reform Hall.
Mrs. Soet, whoso family has been in
want for some time, owing to the protracted
illness of her husband desires to return her
heart felt thanks for tho very generous
assistance received from Mr. II. H. Cundec
as well as from Mr. W.L. Bristol, yester
day. -lion. Wm. A. Lemma, senator from
this dibtrict, has been placed upon eight
committees, as follows: Judicial depart
ment, municipalities, public buildings mid
grounds, agriculture and drainage, lees and
salaries, printing, roads, highways and
bridges ami elections.
A number ot railroad roughs last night
created quite an excitement by knocking
each other about and drawing pistols in a
house of easy virtue, on Poplar, between
Thirteenth and Fourteenth streets. They
were arrested by Officers Tyler and Wims
The ice continues to como down in
considerable quantities, but not in such
largo boulders as heretofore. It is more
broken up in small fragments. Last night,
about tun o'chx:k, it had spread more,
however, and tuok in nearly the entire
width ot the river at this point.
The representative colored men havo
called upon Garfield to ask that their race
shall bo recognized in the division of Fed
eral offices. Tho Globe- Democrat special
soys that Garfield was unable to talk to
them, owing to tho tact that ho had just
had a tooth pulled and his mouth was
Jack Smith, the ono armed negro,
who robbed a young man of ten dollars
the other day, was yesterday arrested and
together with his partner, Dandy Jim, who
was arrested t ho day before, was tried in
Squiro Coming's court. Both were bound
over in the sum of two hundred and fifty
dollars and were sent to tho county jail.
The notorious Thomas O'Niel is again
abroad and at the same old business of
violating tho ordinances. Ho got into a
fight with one Put Hughes, on Sixth
street yesterday, and they were both arrest
ed and taken beforo Squiro Comings, who
fined each five dollars and costs.
Hughes paid his tine, but O'Niel went to
Gilmoro & Benton's Combination
troupe, which held forth at tho utheneum
last night, hail to como over from tho
Kentucky side, on the tug Montauk, the
ico being too heavy to permit cither of the
transfer boats to run. They had a largo
house and gave a good performance, which
was heartily appreciated by the audience.
It waH free from all vulgarity.
A colored woman, supposed to bo the
mother of the dead infant recently found
under the sidewalk at tho corner of
Twelfth street and Ohio Levee, was yester
day arrested by Officer Wims and brought
before Judge Olmsted for a hearing. A
number of witnesses were heard, tho testi
mony of most of whom pointed to her
innocence. Tho court discharged her.
The Clark case, which had been in tho
court for several days, was yesterday morn
ing decided against the defendant by Judge
Olmsted, Clark being fined one hundred
dollars for keeping a gambing house. Tho
decision was entirely just and proved that
the judge had given all the circumstances
In the cane mature consideration. Clark
gave notice that he would take an appeal,
may reconsider the matter, however.
Mr. Obcrly has for several dayB been
engaged In packing his effects and expects
to be ready to forward his machinery and
oino of his household goods (about three
curloads) next Tuesday. Iu addition to tho
bindery he will move the largo Cottrel &
Babcock press and also tho Alden job of
fice, which includes ono job press, imposing
stone, etc. Tho Hoe cylinder press, which
is abundantly able to do all the 1 arize press
work, remains in this office.
- Dispatches from Springfield to the St.
Louis papers state that Governor Cullom
has presented tho name of Dr. Jas. Robin
son, of Fairfield, as Hon. John H. Oberly's
successor on the railroad and wurchouso
commission, ami that Hun. Win. M. Smith
and Geo. M. lloquo were nominated as their
own successors. Tho nomination of tho
first named, who by the way is a repub
lican, met with some opposition and henco
confirmation was postponed.
Tho report of Wm. B. Gilbert, Esq.,
corporation counsel, in the matter of the
rights of railroaJs upon Levee street, Sec
ond street and Commercial avenue, which
was .published in Friday's Bulletin is an
able document, full of many facts and do
served a careful reading by all who are in
terested in our city's affairs. It will proba
bably bo printed in pamphlet form for the
convenience of our. city fathers, who may
have frequent cause to refer to it.
Scribner's Monthly of a recent dato
takes a sensible view of tho prevailing
southern prejudices against tho negro, and
says it is not altogether southern in its loca
tion, but will exist until a better and moro
Christian spirit drives it out of the hearts
of tho people. It cites a csbo occurring
somewhere in Connecticut, whore a board
ing school for young colored girls was so
persecuted and outraged by tho citizens of
tho place that it was compelled to close.
For some time past tho Illinois Central
Railroad company has been seriously in
convenienced at. this end of tho road by
tho immense riwh of freight. Freight
cars have been shoved onto every sidetrack
and even onto tho coal dump, but without
giving the necessary relief. Now that the
ico has necessitated the removal of the
company's wharfboat, and the transfer
steamer is prevented trom making its
regular trips, the dilemma is more serious
Look out for Havcrly's New Orleans
minstrels at the Athcneuui, to-morrow
night, and do not fail to go and seo them.
They have a reputation of being the best
troupe of tho kind in the country, and como
here from an unusually successful tour of
the country. The troupe is composed en
tirely of stars of acknowledge ability and
their performance comprises some entirely
new features, and will not fail to entertain
and amuse the most fastidious. Tho com
pany deserves a crowded house and, we
doubt not, will teceive it.
On the twentieth instant a number of
uptown young people will give a ball in
the Hibernian engine house for the benefit
of Mr. Patrick Naughton, who is now
very low with consumption and who needs
the assistance so kindly offered by his
many friends. Tho management of the
ball is in the hands of Messrs. D.J. Foley,
D. Barry, P. M. Cullman and T. J. O'Sulli
van, who ure using every effort to make it
as grand an affair as possible. No pains
will be spared to provide every thing neces
sary for the enjoyment of those who attend,
ami it is to be hoped that the hall will be
It is told us by friends ot ancient Mr.
Thos. Lewis that that gentleman is taking
every opportunity to abuse us for a very
innocent and truthful remark which re
cently appeared in these columns concern
ing him. We say this sorrowfully, tor we
had no intention of reclining upon him, flat
toning him out or otherwise discommoding
him.Mr.Lcwis is a very estimable gentleman,
w ho probably was a big dog in his day
and barked with considerable apparent
effect, but the pressure of modern events are
too much for him. Nothing remains but
to place him reverently under a glass case
to bo lorevcr prescved and venerated as a
relic ami the father of many unprofitable en
terprises. An attempt was made last Wednes
day night to burn the circuit clerk's ofiico
at Blanvillc, but fortunately the fire failed
to catch. The clerk's office is in the new
Masonic building, which is situated in tho
best part of the city, and had tho fire
gotten under headway, a most destructive
conflagation wonld have been the result.
The would-be deed is accredited to some
designing person and very naturally caus
ed great excitement in the place when it
became known. Tho burning of tho court
house of the county is still vivid in tho
minds of all the people of Ballard, and if
tho fiend who attempted this diabolical
deed should be caught, he would likely,
and very jiistly, be invited to look up a
The other day while Mr. Fred Kochler
was at the wharfboat he saw a large, full
blooded New foundland dog on the boat in
company with a negro. Believing tho dog
to lie the property of Mr. H. Bloms and that
the negro had stolen him, Mr. Koehler ac
costed the fellow and demanded to know
where he had obtained tho dog. Being
unable to give .a satisfactory explanation,
Mr. Koehler, in order to ascertain whether
Mr. Bloms had lost tho animal, insisted on
taking him to Mr. Bloms' storo and
that tho negro should accompany him, but
the worthy son of Ham refusing to do so
walked off, leaving the dog in
Mr. Koehler's possession. It was subse
quently learned that the dog was not tho
property of Mr. Bloms and hence Mr.
Koehler retained possession of him. Ho is
a really dim animal.
The ladies of tho Tcmpcranco union
have succeeded in making their temperance
reading room look very inviting and, what
is satisfactory to them is, that tho bills are
all paid. At tho Thursday afternoon meet
ing, several members were appointed to
servo during tho coming week, and each
evening, to tako charge ot thoreading room
and make it as pleasant as possible for
those who visit there. Ladies and gentle
men, both young and old, are cordially in
vited to go and Rpend a pleasant evening,
where they will find good reading matter,
in the shape of good books and all tho lead
ing papers of the day; also music, sing
ing and games. Monday evening,
Mrs. G. M. Alden will be in charge, assist
ed by Miss Emma Leland and Miss Jennie
Wilsou. Tuesday evening, Mrs. E. C.
Ford will be assisted by Mrs. B. F. Parker,
assisted byseverul young ladies. Wedu'eB
day evening, Mrs, Wood Ritteuhouse and
assistants. Thursday eveuing Mrs. F. S
Kent aim Mrs. Dr. Arter, with assistants.
Friday eveuing . Reform club meeting.
Saturday Mrs. M. Easterday und assistants
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., of Lowell, Mass,
has favored us with a complete edition of
their Almanacs for 1881, neatly bound in
ono volume. Turning to its contents, wo
find ourselves prepared to discuss tho
weather with our afternoon callers in Eng
lish, German, Dutch, Norwegian, Swedish,
French, Spanish, Portuguese and Bohemian.
Wo have as yet only perused the English
version, and to it wo aro pleased to givo
our unqualified approval.
A whito man, a resident of East Cairo,
yesterday evening attracted general
attention us sad and lonely through the
streets . ho wandered taking tho entire
sidewalk in doing so. When ho reached
Mr. Alba's barber shop, on Commercial
avenuo, between Sixth and Seventh streets,
he braced up and. making a rush for it,
broke a largo four-dollar pane of glass in
the front window. Ho was arrested by
Officers Dunker and Hogan and locked up,
Tho Cussino society has engaged
Washington ball for tho evening of tho
18th inst., and has made extensive arrange
ment forgiving tho best masquerade ball
of tho season. A largo number of fine suits
have been procured for tho occasion, which
are to bo had at Turner's hall. For a night's
real enjoyment Washington hall will pres
ent unusual attractions on the night of the
ball, for tho Cassino society has never fail
ed to make a complete success of affairs of
tli is kind.
Barton's Freo Press says: "Mr. Dan
Hogan, tho aspirant for Capt. Willis
position, during the last campaign made a
very fair sort of committeeman. He proba
bly did all ho knew how and did it as well
as ho knew how. But the 'leaders of tho
Eighteenth district' will smilo broadly when
they learn 'that it was Hogan" who worked
the district up from GOO to 1800 republican
majority,' and that the democrats 'sec in
Hogan one of the most dangerous men in
the district,1 etc. Our opportunities to
know the feelings of the republicans of the
Eighteenth district are nccond to none,
and wo know that the leaders do not ap
prove of paragraphs of such character,
Capt. J. C. Willis, the present collector, is
a popular gentleman, and there is no reason
that he should not be continued in the posi
tion, save that he has acceptably performed
tho duties of tho same for twelve years.
The office of collector of internal revenue
is a good paying one, and as Capt. Willis
has enjoyed the erabursments for three
terms, many think that ho ought to give
other men a show. But ho is undeserving
of tho mean and low-minded assaults.
If Mr. Hogan really wants to be
considered as an applicant for the
position of collector of internal revenue, ho
has started out wrong, ffe has saddled a
pack upon his back that he or any other
man cannot carry. He had better at onco
call a halt and unload, or ho will not bo
heard of in the race for the position. If ho
suffers himself to be groomed and ridden
by the individual who appears to speak for
him, he will go on the track a badly used
up animal. Mr. Hogan should not attempt
to build himself up by dragging othors
down. Capt. Willis is known and respect
ed all over this part of tho state. He is re
cognized as a high-minded, honorable gen
tleman, and will cont'nue to be so recog.
nized, notwithstanding Hogan's man-of-all-work
6hall attack him
through a democratic paper. Mr. Hogan
can make no friends in that manner. If
he has the merit claimed for him if he can
satisfy the heads of masses that he in
creased tho majority of this district twelve
hundred, and can show a good, clean re
cord, he may stund a show for tho position
he seeks. But he will lean on a broken
stick if he expects Joe Robarts to write him
into place. Joe showed his ability as a cam
paigner among the colored people of Alex
ander county. Hogan hud better
select another mouthpiece. In this con
nection we may stato that there aro other
good, efficient and able men, other than
Willis and Hogan, who aro being pressed
by friends for tho position. In duo time
we shall havo our say in regard to them.
And in our say, wo -may' allude to tho work
that was so successfully porformed in
Southern Illinois during tho lute campaign.
We know tho men who stood In the front of
tho battle tho men who boro tho heat and
burden ot tho day. And whilo wo con
cede to Mr. Hogan that ho 'did what he
could,' it is probably that wo shall namo
others who are much moro deserving
Many people afflicted with phthisis
pulmoimlis (Consumption) use Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup with very great benefit and
relief. Price 25 cents a bottlo.
Choice whito sugar at New York Store
Enquiro by telephone for prices at Now
York store, for your family grocories, and
then buy of tho choapost storo. Goods de
livered prompt. C. O. Patim & Co.
A Dead Saint.
A living Sinner's bettor than a dead Baint
and if Neuralgia troubles you, you i now n t
grunt but tako Dr. Thomas' Lclectnc
Oil. Paul GSchuh, Agent.
IOK BALE. -Tbo Window Hhuttera liulouinK
JC to tbe Bullatlu Building Apply at the bouae.
Hlfi ACRE FARM FOH HALE ON KAHY
)V Terms. Tho land la alluated four inline
weat of Hedge! Park, 45 acres In cultivation. For
particular! apply to Wm. IIOl.UKN.
JiT HEN K TJ M
ONK NIGHT ONLY,
Monday Evening, .January 17v
Tho Orat "Orijslnul"
In a iotreeof refined MlnntruUy, wo havo tlio la
Tbu King af Song and Danco,
WELBY and PEARL.
Tbo Wonderful Junior,
Tbu WIzzard Caruetlnt,
Tbo Plouai ii) Tenor,
T E M P Lt E.
Tbe moat (Inlcbud Laily Ilnrltono Horn Colo-
ixt of Die day.
rOPDLAR PUrt'KS: -Urcurvcd tcuta, 75 cents.
Adiulmlou, SO cent
UKO. II. LENNOX, Uin'l Ax't,
NEW YORK STOKE,
WHOELSALE AND RETAIL.
Tho Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITV.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATIER fc CO.,
Cor. Nineteenth atrcet I
Commercial Arenua J
Summer Wood and Kindling
eouaUdtir on tuna
At Seventy-five cento per load.
At one dollar per load.
The "trtmni!Bi;"arfl eoar ohavinitti and make
the brat nummer wood for conking pnrpon-o an
M the cheapen! eTer lold lu Cairo. Kor blark
mlth'i nee In retting tlr, they are unequalled.
Leave your ordera at the Tenth Htr et wood yard
8TOVE3 AND TINWARE.
ALL S0ETS, SIZES AND STYLES,
Manufacturer ot and Dealer in
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE
ALL KINDS OP JOB WORK DONE TO ORDER.
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Cairc), - - Illinois
GROCEHIE8, BOOTS AND SHOES.
THE BOSTON STOKE
C. CROSSON, dealer in
STAPLE and FANCY
Provisions, Green, Dried and Canned
Fruits, Queens, Glass Wood
and Willow ware.
ROOTS and SHOES
The Best Brand of Flour
always on band.
N. B. Country Produce taken. All Order
Cor. Wafhlngton At, and Tenth St.
CAIRO, : : : : ILLINOIS.
Notlco la hereby Riven, that on Haliirtliiy, the 15th
day of January next, but wren tbe bourn of 10
o'clock In lh forenoon and 5 o'clock In tho ufler
noon of nalil dHy, at Ibo late fnrm roi'ldi'ncii of
Inaac Waliler, (lcrcaai'il, In townnhlp 17 S. K. i
wuKt. In Alexander and atnteof IIUiioIh. tbo per
lorinl property of ealil decea.ml, rnnalatlliK of
h. .... .... ...iiIa. lino, rnrnilnv linnl.tnii'litH
and machinery of vSrlona klnila. hmiMiold and
kitchen furniture aooui uimmwa, oi corn,
ahmit M acroa of crowing wheat and other article
will Iih unit at Dulillc .ale.
"U.'..I,J!Jl..J,?. JTl If, Vnrrl.n.,,. 1,,.. (l,un flvo
dollara'to be paid iu himd ; for that mount and
Cairo, Illinola, December Ulvt, 1SJH0.
r .i. .
f ORTOAUKB'B HALE.
Wlmroai'. Thomaa J.Bhnrea and Huun A. Shore,
Li. if AlA nn thii flrnt (lav or l)roiiihi,r. 1H?.l l,v
their certain aalemorliraeo, duly recorded In tlio
rur.ordor'l offlco of Alexander comity, In volume
11 i, paKo io, miria'K" "" "u i in, under
aluned, foti numbered twenty-live (!!f) und tweuiy
tlx (H)ln block numbered one (I), In the third ml-
Altl,.n th.i nlrv nf V.airn. I lllnniu. I,. u. it...
payment of acortnlu promlnory note In anld ninrt-
ffuife oearnnen. now, inereiore, aumilll nnvinK
beenmadeln tho pnymeut of mill nolo, 1 will un
der and by virtue of the power of Halo In aniil
mortitairn contained, ell .
ON MONDAY, JANUARY IU. 1HS0,
at. the hourof D o'clock In tin, nflernoon of aald
day, at the weaterly door of the court limine, lu
A InK.Hllil. Hl.ll nlu ......II. ... ... 1,1 i.
mil ni,:j,iiii,'vi ijwiimy, m IH0llt, tkiihiiu Ifiu
hluhent hlddor for canh In hunil, top'lher with nil
r Ik lit and equity of redemption of the tmlil mort-
rvawiftVII tfiatla- tlillt-al ui.il .... I .... 1 1, iij It . I It II Ilf-litl.
ortr ihoTiuU'HcrilH'd, to i-allsfy tttld nolo, ItitMruHt
lud txpemei. A
fiAwnintr lnPtf MitrtifHimi-
vitKEn uii.uekt, Attorney.
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